'Meet the inhabitants of an enchanted city, a place where rich and poor live side by side, as everyone comes together for one magical night at the theatre.
'With hand puppets, marionettes and masks Nobody Owns the Moon with make you think twice about the place you live, and might even encourage you to stop and say hello to your neighbour.'
Source: Spare Parts Puppet Theatre.
This is affiliated with Dr Laurel Cohn's Picture Book Diet because it contains representations of food and/or food practices.
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